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30 Days of Prayer

Prayer guide for week two of our 30 Days of Prayer

Prayer for Revival

Thank you for participating in this 30 Days of Prayer and Fasting. The overarching prayer for this next month is a prayer for revival, a spiritual awakening among God’s people. Revival begins with individuals who are earnestly seeking God. Individuals who are “hungering and thirsting for righteousness” (Matthew 5:6). Praying for a spiritual awakening and renewal is a prayer God desires to answer! He longs to satisfy your spiritual hunger.

UP, IN, OUT PRINCIPLE

We are praying using the UP, IN, & OUT principle to guide us in our prayer emphasis. If you’re not familiar with this principle, please take a few minutes to listen to the portion of the sermon from May 31 when this was explained. You can find the sermon HERE and begin watching at 55:30.

Image from http://www.ilent.org/2009/02/the-3d-life-of-jesus-up-in-and-out/

WEEK 4 PRAYER GUIDE

Passage of the Week: Romans 12

Mission Work of the Week: Summit Church in Missoula, MT (Pastors: Clayton Hampton & Josh Hampton)

MONDAY

UP: Christlike Character - Living Sacrifice, Holy & Acceptable to God


IN: Leadership Team: Karl Sauter, Deacon


OUT: For Missionary Monday, pray for Team Montana (Clayton & Tammy Hampton, Josh & Kim Hampton). See video posted today on our Facebook page.

TUESDAY

UP: Christlike Character - Transformed


IN: Pray for 180° Youth (Middle School Students & Team)


OUT: Pray for World Leaders

WEDNESDAY

UP: Christlike Character - Honor Others


IN: Pray for needs posted on our Facebook page. Pray for International Missions.


OUT: Pray for Persecuted Christians Around the World

THURSDAY

UP: Christlike Character - Fervent in Spirit


IN: Pray for our Cleaning Team


OUT: Pray for Refugees

FRIDAY

UP: Christlike Character - Serve


IN: Pray for our Nursing Home Team


OUT: Pray for the Enslaved

SATURDAY

UP: Christlike Character - Overcome Evil with Good


IN: Pray for Sunday’s Church Services


OUT: Pray for the Homeless